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Government & Smart Cities

‘Smart City’ under construction in Osceola County

The Smart future is under construction in Osceola County, FL. InfraSite’s unique underground infrastructure helps Smart Cities bring carriers and citizens together to build a better quality of life, increase economic competitiveness, and improve sustainability. Learn more about InfraSite’s smart city application. 

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Solving the Network Capacity Challenge

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Wonder why your call drops or you don’t have reception in areas where you might assume you would be covered?  InfraSite outlines the challenges of providing coverage to a growing population in increasingly dense areas, how wireless services keep up with network capacity, and proposed innovations for the future.

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How 5G Will Change Your Smartphone, and Your Life in 2019

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5G will change how we interact with each other, business, government and more.  Will cities be ready to build capacity for it?  Where will all the towers go?  InfraSite believes underground will be the logical choice. This video from Digital Trends provides a good snapshot of what we can expect from a 5G enabled world.

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Smart Cells & Small Cells: Innovation Can Be Beautiful

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It has to be beautiful. Visual pollution is increasingly problematic for local communities (including our partners in South Florida) and resolving this issue was key to the launch of InfraSite. We believe that innovative wireless technology can be combined with an upgraded infrastructure network that fits aesthetically and seamlessly into the urban exterior. We are…

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InfraSite, Out of Sight: Nearly Invisible Cell Towers

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Imagine invisible cell towers.  It’s possible with InfraSite.  We move wireless equipment underground and out of sight.  Watch this video and see for yourself the difference between traditional wireless infrastructure and our next generation solution to NIMBY, right-of-way issues, vandalism, equipment damage and more.  Going underground opens up possibilities.

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Medium Cell Hybrid Moves Out of the Right-of-Way and into the Parking Lot

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Expanding wireless capacity can be a complex undertaking, particularly in highly dense areas. With NIMBY concerns abounding and limited right-of-way access, new innovations in wireless infrastructure suggest that placing medium cell hybrid technology underground, for example in a public or private parking lot, may be one strategy that will enable the capacity our Iot world…

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